ExtractNow 4.63 (update)

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  1. ruinebabine

    ruinebabine Registered Member

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    ExtractNow is a free simple utility that allows you to extract multiple archives quickly and easily. ExtractNow is not a complete archival solution. It's main purpose it to allow the user to extract multiple archives easily.
    http://www.extractnow.com/
     
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    Re: ExtractNow 4.64

    Changements v4.64 :
    • Added 'Decide archive fate during recursion' option
    • Fixed 'Delete archive folder' to not delete special paths
     
  3. m00nbl00d

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    So, this tool offers extraction, but no compression... o_O
     
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    Read the program's name again :D

     
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    Yes... But, it could also compress. :p I mean, compression is useful, no? :D Is anyone aware of a compression-only tool to couple with ExtractNow? :D
     
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    It seems, yes, could take your pick :eek:
     
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    You got better luck than me in your research. When I searched Ixquick for compression-only tools, I only got CPR hits. lol

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    I did find one, though. Not from that list. It's listed at Softpedia.

    -http://www.softpedia.com/get/Compression-tools/SpinZip.shtml

    Anyway, sorry for this little off-topic, but just wanted to update this. But, those who consider ExtractNow a great tool to extract, may consider SpinZip a nice companion to compress. :D
     
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